|Southampton:||Rui Patricio, Conor Coady, Leander Dendoncker, Romain Saiss, Nelson Semedo, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Neves, Jonny Castro, Adama Traore, Pedro Neto and Willian Jose|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers:||Alex McCarthy, Kyle Walker-Peters, Jannik Vestergaard, Jan Bednarek, Ryan Bertrand, Stuart Armstrong, James Ward-Prowse, Oriol Romeu, Takumi Minamino, Nathan Redmond and Danny Ings|
|Stadium:||St. Mary’s Stadium|
|Goals:||Danny Ings (1-0, min. 25), Ruben Neves (1-1, min. 53) and Pedro Neto (1-2, min. 66)|
Wolves strolled past Southampton with a 2-1 win on Sunday at St. Mary’s Stadium. Southampton were hoping to get something from this game, following a previous defeat to Newcastle United. Wolverhampton Wanderers secured a point against Leicester City in their previous match. After today’s result, Southampton are in 13th place on the table and has 29 points while Wolverhampton Wanderers sit in 12th with 30 points after 24 matches.
Southampton started strong and were rewarded, beginning with a goal from Danny Ings, 25 minutes in, to take a 1-0 lead into half time.
Wolverhampton Wanderers staged a comeback in the second half, following Ruben Neves opening the scoring in the 53rd minute. Later, Wolverhampton Wanderers took the lead with a goal form a goal from Pedro Neto in the 66th minute, which sealed the victory for the visitors.
Both managers used allfull available substitutions. For Southampton Moussa Djenepo, Che Adams and Mohammed Salisu came on for Takumi Minamino, Stuart Armstrong and Kyle Walker-Peters, while Wolves brought on Fernando Marcal, Fabio Silva and Max Kilman to replace Jonny Castro, Willian Jose and Pedro Neto.
There were bookings for Oriol Romeu and Jan Bednarek from Southampton and Romain Saiss and Pedro Neto for Wolves.
Southampton next face Chelsea and Wolverhampton Wanderers are at home to Leeds United.